Wengie offers a few hints and tips about everyday objects that have things about them that you might not know about. You could be using the items the wrong way compared to how they are supposed to be used. There is a symbol on the back of almost all makeup products. It has a number in the center, such as 12 or 24 depending on the product that you are using. This number tells you the shelf life of the product. A 12 would mean that you could keep it for 12 months. Creamy products have a shorter life while powders tend to last longer.
With most pots, there is a hole at the end of the handle. This hole is often used for hanging the pot on the wall. You can also use the hole to place a wooden spoon or another cooking utensil that is used to stir what is in the pot. This prevents using an extra plate or paper towel for the spoon. If you have a spaghetti strainer at home, you might see a small hole in the bottom of the strainer. This hole is there so that you can easily place uncooked noodles into the pot of water. One serving of spaghetti will usually fit through the hole. This makes it easier to proportion out the pasta if you’re only cooking for yourself or for two or three people instead of a large group. That way, you don’t waste any of the pasta that you make.